Spotting anyone ?!

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Hi ladies…

so this year I've barely had any menstrual cycles maybe 4 or 5 at the most… so about 3 weeks ago my body decided to have what it appear to be a regular period! And just 3 weeks late I'm spotting again… I don't what to make of it🙄 Are any of you lovely ladies going through it or went through it ?! & should I be worried?!

oh I'm 46 years old by the way! & past year has been really crazy for me emotionally I guess I'm starting menopause or peri 😢😢😢 it's been horrible ladies😬😬😬😢

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    Your situation sounds like a lot of women's situation on here. Your best bet is to see your gyno. Hope everything turns out well for you!

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    Hi, it's normal to have spotting and short periods on and off while you're transitioning into the next phase of perimenopause. I wouldn't worry much however, if you continue spotting for more than 10 days, then see your gynecologist.

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    This isn't uncommon in perimenopause.  Cycles become irratic because the follicule doesn't hold or act normally.  Don't be suprised if your next on is late.

     

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    Yes Goddess this is all normal transition into menapause.

    Hope fully it will settle down and then stop altogether. I was like this a

    while before mine stopped. Very inconvenient 😠😠

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      Hi Jokey

      thanks so much for sharing that with me! & yes very inconvenient & annoying.  Just you sharing that with me got me feeling emotionally better! 

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    Yes as I entered peri I went from few and far between periods, sometimes heavy ones with clots and then contious spotting which went on for ages
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    Yes as I entered peri I went from few and far between periods, sometimes heavy ones with clots and then contious spotting which went on for ages
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      Well yes because I did have ovaries out due to family history and all that, there was nothing wrong but I did it for preventative measures. The spotting prior to op did go on for some time, I did have a transvaginal scan and everything seemed OK. The spotting did get me down because how long it went on for, but some women do experience this as they enter menopause xx
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